Fortunately, it’s easy to spot bad tincture just by reading the ingredients on the label. If there isn’t an ingredient label, run!
Let’s take a look at the main carriers you’ll see in the CBD industry, and look at the pros and cons of each.
- Hempseed Oil
- Considered the purest method of ingesting CBD. Hemp derived oil makes itself a carrier in many of the fine brands on the market.
- MCT Oil
- MCT by itself has many fantastic benefits, using it as a CBD carrier can combine two oil doses and provide positives from each.
- Water Soluble & Vape
- These products are excellent for fast absorption or vaping characteristics. Look for products that contain all natural and organic ingredients.
- Other oils
- Proceed with caution. While they may be less expensive, and offer higher CBD content per bottle, be mindful of what you put into your body.
CBD is a pretty straight forward product to understand. It’s either a full spectrum extract, or a partial spectrum isolate, typically suspended in an oil carrier. The oil carrier you choose is a matter of personal preference.